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I'm looking for a aftermarket skid plate if anyone can point me in the right direction would be great!
Only ones I've seen has been on Ebay around $260 I think. I'll prob end up tryin them out as long as they use the factory holes in the frame.
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Only ones I've seen has been on Ebay around $260 I think. I'll prob end up tryin them out as long as they use the factory holes in the frame.
yea i seen those on ebay , the aluminum one and yes they do use the factory holes . my only concern is does it cover the sides under the doors where its wide open ? because it also states in the add on ebay that all it does is replace the stock plastic skid plate . it dosnt say if it covers the gaps . i found a picture of a nice one on this site but the poster isn't responding to where he found it. if you type "gaping hole in skid protection" in the search bar for forums you'll see if you open the thread on the last page posted a nice one from what i could see . check it out and tell me if you seen this one before?
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yea i seen those on ebay , the aluminum one and yes they do use the factory holes . my only concern is does it cover the sides under the doors where its wide open ? because it also states in the add on ebay that all it does is replace the stock plastic skid plate . it dosnt say if it covers the gaps . i found a picture of a nice one on this site but the poster isn't responding to where he found it. if you type "gaping hole in skid protection" in the search bar for forums you'll see if you open the thread on the last page posted a nice one from what i could see . check it out and tell me if you seen this one before?
i figured it out , you bought the ebay alluminum skid plate that replaces the stock one then you cut out some sheet metal to fill in the sides
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EMP has their a arm guards on the website this morning. I just ordered a set.
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I did not want to start another thread in regards to the EMP Bumper but here is mine. Not to hard to mount. Shown on a 2016 Pionner 700-4
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